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Monk's Home Improvement Opens in Downtown Fanwood

Ribbon-cutting at Monk's Home Improvements in downtown Fanwood. Credits: Borough of Fanwood
Ty Monk chatting with customers. Credits: Borough of Fanwood
Gene Jannotti of GWACC, Fanwood's Development Consultant Liz Jefferies and Councilwoman Erin McElroy-Barker Credits: Borough of Fanwood

FANWOOD, NJ -- The Borough of Fanwood welcomed Monk's Home Improvements and Design Studio to downtown Fanwood with a ribbon-cutting and grand opening celebration on Thursday, April 12.

Monk's is a full-service home improvement business offering solutions for bathrooms, kitchens, flooring, tile, basically everything for a renovation, large or small. Monk's is owned by Ty and Trevor Monk with partner Steve Brink and has been doing business for the past 12 years in Morristown.

Monk’s occupies the final available space in Fanwood Crossing II, the business complex on South Avenue across from the train station that is part of the downtown redevelopment.

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Council members Erin McElroy-Barker and Tom Kranz were on hand for the opening, along with Fanwood Development consultant Liz Jeffery and Gene Jannotti and Stephanie Branna of the Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce. is Scotch Plains-Fanwood’s only free daily paper. Sign up for our daily eNews and follow us on Facebook and twitter @SPF_TAP. Download the free TAPinto App for iPhone or Android.

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